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Censure Obama and Move On: Impeachment Would Only Damage Republicans

Ralph Benko,  There has been much consternation expressed about President Obama’s extralegal actions, especially suspending deportation of certain classes of undocumented aliens. Impeachment legally and politically would be completely unwarranted. There are other ways for the GOP to impose consequences. The president’s dereliction of duty, although infuriating, does not rise to the level of high […] Read More →

Sources: Romney Is Definitely Running In 2016, But We’re Not Sure

Matt Vespa,   Dan has been reporting on the Mittmentum 2016 beat, much to conservatives’ chagrin. There have been plenty of Romney-Reagan analogies tossed about by his supporters; both were governors; both ran twice for president before the magic third campaign–and Romney has the powerful ‘I was pretty much right about everything’ card. While the 2012 nominee seemed […] Read More →

5 Reasons We Can’t Wait to Fight Obama’s Amnesty

Daniel Horowitz, If you want to know where your member of Congress stands on the conservative spectrum and receive updates on the issues that matter most to conservatives, sign up for FREE. Signup  Conservatives have won the debate over amnesty and certainly over Obama’s executive order. Instead, they have concocted Gruber-style arguments to hoodwink conservative […] Read More →

Cromnibus: a winter festival of unrestrained spending

 As they had a habit of saying throughout the interstellar empire of “Dune,” the spice must flow.  Money is once more flowing out of Congress to all manner of follies and outrages, thanks to an omnibus spending bill that funds everything except Homeland Security through September of 2015 – throwing away every scrap of leverage the […] Read More →

Approval Ratings Hit 5-Year High for GOP

 President Obama’s ratings hit bottom in a new Bloomberg Politics poll as he prepares to take on an antagonist Congress. Republicans are enjoying a five-year peak in popularity after their wins in the midterm elections, according to a new Bloomberg Politics poll, while President Barack Obama struggles with his lowest job approval rating, at 39 percent. […] Read More →

GOP to match Truman-era high with 246 House seats

 Republicans will hold at least 246 House seats come January, according to election results Saturday, giving the GOP a commanding majority that matches the party’s post-World War II high during Democratic President Harry S. Truman’s administration. The GOP retained control of two seats in runoffs in Louisiana, expanding the advantage for Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, […] Read More →

Democratic Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu defeated

 Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy has defeated Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu, denying her a fourth term and extending the GOP’s domination of the 2014 midterm elections that put Republicans in charge of Capitol Hill for the final two years of President Barack Obama’s tenure. With Cassidy’s victory, Republicans will hold 54 seats when the Senate convenes […] Read More →

Storage Wars: The Mid-Term Edition‏

Luke Hamilton,  Now that the heady rush of jubilation has faded from the election, it’s time to take stock of what we actually achieved. The numbers couldn’t be more forthright. It’s as if the American people interrupted the President to interject, “Now, let me be clear…” The 2014 election was an epic political repudiation of […] Read More →

House Successfully Makes Massive Move Against Obama

 In a largely symbolic move, the GOP controlled House of Representatives passed a bill today to block President Obama’s Executive actions on illegal immigration policies, according to Fox News. The bill, which was introduced by Florida Rep. Ted Yoho, effectively declares Obama’s actions as “null and void and without legal effect.” The bill, which has […] Read More →